Before coming to the battery of the car check the batteries of the key fob..!Ok, the battery is obviously dead and the keys will not unlock the door. I can open the trunk. (or it was unlocked allready but I doubt it) But the drivers door will not unlock. I tried feeding 12v thru the dome light in the trunk. That only makes the dome light inside the car turn on. But no luck with the lock. The remote doesnt work and the key dosent work. Help
lol. as i stated in my first post..Before coming to the battery of the car check the batteries of the key fob..!
Is there a keyhole on the passenger door? Will a slim-jim slipped down the window glass grab a lever and open the lock? Is there a way to release the hood by pulling on the release cable,… say by removing the front grill? Just call a locksmith.i will use this thread as my problem is just the same.
except there is no way in... that i will get the door open using the key in the door (actually inserting the key)
ive tried with lubricants and all other stuff known to man.
i forgot to turn off the foglights (external foglights mounted by myself, so no beep when they are on and the door is opened)
i can open the trunk with the key (insertion of the key in the lock)
but the drivers-door is a big no no when it comes to opening it up with the key.
i noticed there is a steel cable in each side of the trunk (behind the plastic)
thought they were for manually opening the cab or doors, but it wont budge a millimeter. so i guess they are for something else
would appreciate all help i can get as when i called my local mercedes-workshop they only said "oh, so you cant open it with the key? well, then you have to smash the window"
that statement made me wanna smash his...
no theres is no keyhole on the passenger door.Is there a keyhole on the passenger door? Will a slim-jim slipped down the window glass grab a lever and open the lock? Is there a way to release the hood by pulling on the release cable,… say by removing the front grill? Just call a locksmith.
im actually trying that as we speak. But no luck there either.If you have connected some external fog lights that are permanently connected to the battery, if the switch is left on, then can you dismantle one of these lights and connect a battery in place of the light bulb to provide some power to the dead battery and lock system etc. This should then allow you to use the remote to open the doors and then remove and charge your battery. Make sure you connect the positive of the battery to the positive feed to the lights.